OVERVIEW

The work of public procurement is no longer a clerical function performed independently by various people throughout different agencies or departments within a government entity. This class provides an overview of the ever-changing profession by identifying fundamental concepts that affect procurement in the public sector.

OBJECTIVES

Upon successful completion of this course participants will be able to:

  • Describe the roles, organization¬†and functions of public procurement
  • Explain the steps in the procurement cycle and the stakeholder relationships inherent in each step
  • Demonstrate how public procurement adds value to the delivery of public services
  • Describe the cultural, social, political, economic and legal environments that impact public procurement
  • Demonstrate the importance of ethics and professionalism in public procurement

COURSE CONTENT

Day 1

  • History and Value
  • Private and Public Purchasing Organizations¬†
  • Differences
  • Similarities

Day 2

  • Purchasing Cycle
  • Legal Issues
  • Ethics/Professionalism
  • Contract Administration
  • Organizational Structure

Day 3

  • Roles
  • ‚ÄčCentralized vs. Decentralized
  • Planning
  • Specifications
  • Market Conditions

Day 4

Outbound Activities Aimed At Improving:

  • Communication
  • Teamwork
  • Confidence
  • Motivation

Day 5

  • Socio-Economic Factors
  • Technology
  • Federal

*Ceremony/certificates

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Procurement Directors / Managers / Officers
  • Budget Officers
  • Accountants
  • Auditors
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Officers
  • Parliamentarians
  • Policy Officers
  • Decisions Makers
  • Planning Officers
  • Finance Officers
  • Others Interested

METHODOLOGY

  • Face To Face
  • Role playing
  • Post session assessment
  • Video presentation
  • Case study

PERIOD

5 working days

LANGUAGE

  • English
  • Tetun
  • Indonesia